Long before Chowking’s Nai Cha went mainstream, I loved milk tea. I used to make my own (cheap) version by soaking a Lipton tea bag in hot water and then adding one sachet of Nestle Cream and a pinch of sugar. I even remember the first time I had that drink, it was years ago, at Eden Nature Park, when I felt guilty about abusing the buffet privilege. (I thought
Archives for May 2012
Let words rain and let poetry reign this coming June 2, 2012. We’re throwing “Chasing the Rain: Litorgy 3 (A Poetry Night)”. It’s gonna be @ 3F, Southspot Studios, Aala Bldg., Anda, Davao city (across Cecil’s, near CAP), 8PM. A couple of readers will be performing their rain-related pieces–the complete list will follow– then open mic follows thereafter. We are inviting all poetry enthusiasts, artists and bystanders to come to
Mother of date venues, that’s what Mamu’s is. Mother of carbonara, that’s what this yummy pasta is about. At face value, it really looks like carbonara. No surprise there, as the same ingredients are used except that this one’s creamier and the paste is only made of cream, bacon and mushrooms. No egg yolks and other extenders. From the moment it’s served, you’d feel in one with its mouth-watering aroma.
Ateneo de Davao University will hold its AdDU Writers Workshop 2012 from May 21 to May 25 at the university’s Jacinto Campus. The workshop is designed to reach out to young writers of Davao City, help them grow in their craft, and lead them to publication in order to give voice to the Mindanao youth. While geared primarily to students of Ateneo de Davao, the workshop also brings in guests from other schools in Davao. Panelists
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always liked writing. Sometimes I write about things that I don’t care about, things that make me pissed, things that leave me in awe and things that inspire me. I’ve never really wrote, seriously, about something I know a lot about, until I’ve decided to start a beauty blog. And, for as long as I can remember, I’m a self confessed (minsan